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Glencoe springs

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Don-Wi

04-23-2013 20:03:46
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Hoping someone can help out here. Trying to find the part number for the springs on the older Glencoe cultivators. I got 10 new ones maybe 5 years ago, but I lost the part number, and I'm having a hard time finding it on AGCO's parts website.
We've got 2 old Glencoe models, and an Oliver 245 that was built by Glencoe. They all use the same style coil springs, and I've actually got a good number of the Glencoe shank assemblies on the Oliver one because our parts machine is an old Glencoe.
Anybody got a lead? All I need is a Part number, and I can get them through AGCO. Last time I got them, they were $12/each.

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Donovan from Wisconsin

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Don-Wi

05-15-2013 20:16:04
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 Re: Glencoe springs in reply to Don-Wi, 04-23-2013 20:03:46  
I just installed them today and need to order a few more just to have around for spares. I'll try to look at the part number tomorrow, but no promises as we're trying to get something in the ground before the rain comes in on Friday again. I put the duals on too, but after not even 3 rounds in the field I found the right side dual was flat already. I finished out the evening working with only 1 dual on, and it should be ready to pick up tomorrow morning.
Here's hoping....

Donovan from Wisconsin

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Don-Wi

04-27-2013 06:47:22
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 Re: Glencoe springs in reply to Don-Wi, 04-23-2013 20:03:46  
I made it easy on myself- I called the dealer I last ordered them from, and they found it in our history from 5 years ago. Shows we took 6, and then a few months later another 9. Now I gotta do another 9 on the machine, so that should be just about all of them.
Bad part is, the price doubled in 5 years...

Donovan from Wisconsin



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Don-Wi

04-24-2013 18:49:03
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 Re: Glencoe springs in reply to Don-Wi, 04-23-2013 20:03:46  
We're on the east side of the state, so that'd be way too far for one. Like I said, it's one of those machines we plan to upgrade some day, but for now there are other implements higher up on the list and this actually does a pretty good job for what it is. We put 7" shovels on it and it's only a little on the small side for our 1855. I figure if we bought a newer/better one, 18' would still be a good spot to be in, just get it with some good levelers on the back.

This Oliver one I picked up in Southern Wisconsin when I was down there horse tarding for fender tanks with Paul Puestow. He had a friend/neighbor that was selling it so on a whim I bought it and drug it home 35-40 MPH the whole way. I even had a ratchet strap from the corner to the pin, which made it considerably better, but still couldn't go fast. At the time we were looking for something a shade wider than what we had for cultivators, and we already had 3 at home so most of the parts are plentiful. We've still got 5 full shank assy's on the one parts machine, but the springs are junk.
If we can get by another year or 2, then I'd consider selling 1 or 3 of these ones and upgrade. Picked up a little more land this year, so a cash crop is in the works. Hopefully we can make it work out.

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JMS/.MN

04-24-2013 11:48:21
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 Re: Glencoe springs in reply to Don-Wi, 04-23-2013 20:03:46  
That"s a light duty model. Between the light springs and the double leaf shank, it lost popularity here when the Model 1250 came out. Single heavy shank and heavy 2 inch dia springs. Ran an 18 mtd on a 4020 for years and replaced nothing but shovels. IH 45 was similar in construction and popularity.



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Hayrack

04-24-2013 11:05:46
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 Re: Glencoe springs in reply to Don-Wi, 04-23-2013 20:03:46  
Don... Where are you at in Wisconsin??? There is a 15 footer for sale on craigslist by Minneapolis for 400... Part it out and make one out of 2! If your interested... email me and I will send you the link..



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Don-Wi

04-24-2013 07:45:44
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 Re: Glencoe springs in reply to Don-Wi, 04-23-2013 20:03:46  
It'll start bouncing if i'm going way too fast, but 1st pass over plowing I can't go too fast anyway. Ater that i've got a spike tooth drag I hook on behind and it's about the prefect load. It's on the want to upgrade list, but some machines are much higher in priority.

Donovan from wisconsin



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chuck41

04-24-2013 06:13:05
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 Re: Glencoe springs in reply to Don-Wi, 04-23-2013 20:03:46  
Hi Don, I have old parts books. I believe that your's has p/n FC 915. Later ones had heavier
springs p/n P-1514 A1 Maybe these have been
updated but company would automatically do this.
Chuck



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4020deereboy

04-24-2013 02:24:43
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 Re: Glencoe springs in reply to Don-Wi, 04-23-2013 20:03:46  
I can't help ya out but how do the cultivators work with those little springs?
Thanks Shaun



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Case Nutty 1660

04-24-2013 07:45:49
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 Re: Glencoe springs in reply to 4020deereboy, 04-24-2013 02:24:43  
I have had a 32' Case "FC" made by Glenco we bought new in 1967 I love it and have never had a jumping problem, we sold 6 or so of them and they all worked fine but all of ours wer 24'-32' pull-type units, I have a 16' 3pt Ford by Gleco also and if you do not have correct air psi in the tractor tires I have seen it jump a little but overall I am bery happy with them, they are just a cultivator not a chisel plow have seen people confuse the two and exspect too much from a cultivaor

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dboll

04-25-2013 12:05:01
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 Re: Glencoe springs in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-24-2013 07:45:49  
you probably won't believe it but my dad and I are smart enough to know the difference between the two and where to use each, a digger is a spring tillage tool and a chisel is a primary fall tillage tool around here, the only place the Glencoe would work was in fall plowing, whereas a Wil-rich or an IH will go into standing bean stubble to work it for planting corn, maybe the soil on your ponderosa pulls easier than our does, I know I can go four miles north and it changes quite a bit

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Case Nutty 1660

04-26-2013 06:50:12
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 Re: Glencoe springs in reply to dboll, 04-25-2013 12:05:01  
was not referring to you sorry if you took it that way I have seen people around this area at sales advertize/call a cultivator as a chisel plow, like you said two very different tools, I never use my cuiltivator in unworked ground, it works very well to work down plowed ground here like you said, I have differnt types of ground on my place from heavy clay gumbo to almost a sandy loam so I know what you are saying as to varying ground conditions

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4020deereboy

04-25-2013 04:33:17
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 Re: Glencoe springs in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-24-2013 07:45:49  
I just junked one I could trip the shanks by hand didn't think it would work at all in are soil



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dboll

04-24-2013 05:52:26
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 Re: Glencoe springs in reply to 4020deereboy, 04-24-2013 02:24:43  
Our 16 footer didn't, it jumped like a kangaroo, sold it and got a 45 IH. WE also had trouble with the leaf spring shanks breaking leaving nice sweeps in the field just waiting to cut a good tire



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4020deereboy

04-25-2013 13:58:13
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 Re: Glencoe springs in reply to dboll, 04-24-2013 05:52:26  
Those 45s are good cultivators we have a 14 foot mounted that I pull in front of my ih drill and I think I just bought another 14 foot pull type for scrap price won't have to hang so many weights on the front on the hills



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PaulN

05-15-2013 14:38:57
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 Re: Glencoe springs in reply to 4020deereboy, 04-25-2013 13:58:13  
Hey Don,
Can you share the part number? Those look like the springs that I have been looking for and haven"t had much luck.



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